Three Training Opportunities Coming Up at the SFU Center for Dialogue
The Center for Dialogue at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC has just announced three new training opportunities for this fall. From Oct. 31 to Nov. 1, Dr. Gervase Bushe, one of the pioneers in the application of appreciative inquiry and associate professor of Management and Organization Studies in the Faculty of Business Administration at SFU will host "Appreciative Inquiry: Creating positive change in organizations and other human systems". The course number is DLOG 240, fees are $525 and discounts are available. On Friday Nov. 4, the Center offers "Spiral Dynamics integral-Transcending Turf-Wars: Exploring a framework for the frameworks" taught by Dr. Don E. Beck, founder of the Center for Human Emergence. The course number is DLOG 250, cost is $325, and discounts are available. Rounding out this trio of workshops is "Dynamic Facilitation: An approach for facilitating solutions to the unsolvable" from Monday, November 14 to Wednesday, November 16, 2005. Jim Rough, originator of Dynamic Facilitation will teach the course along with Jean Rough and DeAnna Martin. The course number is DLOG 260, cost is $1375 and discounts are available. For more information and to register, contact , 604.268.7925 or see www.sfu.ca/dialogue/dialoguemakers_web.pdf.